Shrine Shinto
   See Jinja shinto.

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  • Shrine Shintō — ▪ Japanese religion Japanese  Jinja Shintō,         form of the Shintō religion of Japan that focusses on worship in public shrines, in contrast to folk and sectarian practices (see Kyōha Shintō); the successor to State Shintō, the nationalistic… …   Universalium

  • Shinto —    A Sino Japanese term meaning simply gods or spirits (shin/kami) or the way, conduct, power or deeds of the kami. In China the term shen tao written with the same characters as Shinto referred to spirits and spirit worship, especially non… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Shinto Directive —    The Shinto Directive (in Japanese translation shinto shirei) was a short document produced, under the direction of the American William K.Bunce, by the Religions Division of the Civil Information and Education Section, Supreme Commander of… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Shinto kaiga —    Shinto paintings. Shinto seems originally to have been aniconic, the kami having no fixed forms around which iconography could develop. Iconic representations including paintings and statues (see Shinzo) appeared as a result of Buddhist… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Shinto Gobusho —     The Five Shinto Scriptures . The name given in the late seventeenth century by Deguchi, Nobuyoshi to a collection of thirteenth century texts of Watarai (or Ise) shinto. Five scriptures purporting to be ancient secret works restricted to… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Shinto — For other uses, see Shinto (disambiguation). Takachiho gawara. Here is a Sacred ground …   Wikipedia

  • Shinto — Shintoist, n., adj. /shin toh/, n. 1. Also, Shintoism. the native religion of Japan, primarily a system of nature and ancestor worship. adj. 2. Also, Shintoistic. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Shinto. [ < Japn shinto, earlier shintau <… …   Universalium

  • Shinto architecture — …   Wikipedia

  • Shinto-Schrein — Das Hauptgebäude des kontroversen Yasukuni Schreins, in welchem bestimmte gefallene japanische Soldaten verehrt werden. Als Shintō Schrein wird im Deutschen allgemein eine religiöse Stätte des Shintō, im engeren Sinn des Schrein Shintō bezeichnet …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Shintō-Schrein — Das Hauptgebäude des kontroversen Yasukuni Schreins, in welchem im Dienste des japanischen Staates gefallene Soldaten verehrt werden. Als Shintō Schrein wird im Deutschen allgemein eine religiöse Stätte des Shintō, im engeren Sinn des Schrein… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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